Pulling the 12v Cummins out of the '97 Dodge RAM truck.
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A true testament on how well engineered the 5.9 is.Nothing built now days will do what these older cummins will do.KROWN rust control every year will save you a lot of aggravation people.Do yourself a favour DODGE lovers,oil spray every year,it works.Its also cheaper,faster,in the long run when you take it to a guy like rich,who doesn't have iron oxide falling in his face all day,for repairs.Just an FYI.
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The reason why that thing is not rusty is because it had never sat. I noticed all the trucks by me if they are parked on gravel the moisture rust them out compared to trucks on pavement no matter how much you wash them
I used to drive for trucking company escorting oversized loads and i had a 1995 dodge 12valve and i put well over a million miles on it with just normal maintenance and the killer dowel pin mod. it ate steering components at pretty regular basis but for the most part, it was trouble free and easy 19 mpg
Great intro video. Gotta keep a little humor in it and you did with that intro. Interesting video too! In fact it was interesting enough that I just signed on to your Patreon. Keep 'em coming. You're doing some pretty amazing things in your transformations. Two thumbs up!!
I thought you were going to point at something and watching you hand ,then burst out laughing. You don't have good friends when they don't mention you fly is open and then post it to the internet . Or the best friends who just want a good laugh at you .
As a barge captain i'm always suprised at the low amount of hours a car engine makes. We have a eleven year old John Deere generator engine with 78000 hours on it, rebuild just over a year ago at 70000 hours. The main engine is a 1500 hp cat 3512 with 35000 hours and it's expected to do at least 80k hours before rebuild.
Roblee47. Most of the time I strip them cuz I end up switching stuff over. Second I work on my own it is easier to break it down and third I end up doing these re/re for other shops lots of guys in my area are afraid of working on diesel... I don't get it but I still like em.
Probably just mainly washing it and parking it inside a garage. When you wash it you remove all the sludge that stores water which builds rust. Maybe uses something like rainX which repels water and and maybe wax.
Besides washing there's stuff like Krown,Fluid Film etc.I actually use Cosmoline and cosmoline black first and touch it up with fluid film etc as needed or on things that move like cables etc.The real Mil Spec Cosmoline works,my dad/grand father used it for years in the rust belt and our 70 Elcamino SS was treated from new and spent over 20 years in harsh upper MI winters and is almost rust free to this day.I still find areas that they treated from new and as long as its touched up and cleaned every so often you wont find anything better.
Rich , I found it easiest to pull my 24v straight out the front. Leave everything together remove the motor mounts and out the front . There are two holes for the push rods. It took a good beating to get the push rods to seat.
The engine, fully dressed, can weigh 1200 lbs. Compare that to a normal gasoline V8 or V6, and you'll likely understand that a half-ton truck's front suspension can't handle it without significant upgrades.
In most cases yes. It is often cheaper to purchase a full truck that's rotted out with one in it. They are also far to heavy for anything lighter than a 3/4 ton truck. I would not recommend it for a Nissan patrol.
If you really care about your car/truck - regularly washing your vehicle in the winter does help to keep the salt demons at bay AND thee old piping hot lawn sparkler method works wonders where you cant reach!!
Its called take the bumper off/ radiator and intercooler out/ top radiator support off/ front cab & middle mounts out/ loosen back set of cab bolts and then jack up the front of the cab and take out the engine ! Taken out a couple DOZEN this way ! That way you can leave the Hood ON !
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